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Authentication

In the context of bonds, refers to the validation of a bond certificate.

Authentication

A legal certification that a document is genuine. In business, this is especially applied to bonds, showing that an issue was legitimate.
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OIDF said Apple should "address" the differences between Sign In with Apple and OpenID Connect, make sure that it is interoperable with OpenID Connect, publicly announce that it is compatible with widely-available OpenID Connect Relying Party Software, and join the OIDF.
OpenID 2.0 es un estandar abierto manejado por la Fundacion OpenID, que permite al usuario identificarse en multiples sitios web sin necesidad de procesos de registro.
OpenID protocol supports many well-known websites such as VeriSign Lab, Yahoo, Google, ClaimID, GetOpenID, Live Journal, Facebook, Microsoft, Flicker, Hyves, Blogger, OrangeTM, Myspace, Word Press, mixi, and AOL for SSO facilities.
OpenID Connect Protocol Support: Enables support for modern web and mobile applications using this next-generation identity protocol based on OAuth 2.0
There are three widespread Web SSO implementations that named that OpenID, Passport/Live ID, and SAML will be enclosed along with details of common weaknesses and issues [9].
OpenID. OpenID as a distributed open identity standard is used to identify users and allow them to use services of various relying parties (service of websites) by the use of an identifier that is similar to a URL.
However, cloud service providers are beginning to embrace newer standards such as OAuth 2.0, OpenID Connect, and Simple Cloud Identity Management (SCIM) in order to more easily exchange authentication information between multiple cloud providers and companies from web, mobile and desktop applications.
This past year also marked Zendesk's entry into the Google Apps Marketplace, which gave Google Apps users access to Zendesk using their Google OpenID for simple sign-on.
"There will be increased demand for specialized vendors that support this use of social network identities, as well as for support for the OAuth and OpenID Connect specifications in traditional IAM vendors' Web access management and federation products."
U-prove (Microsoft_Connect, 2010), OpenID (RECORDON & REED, 2006), Idemix (IBM_Research, 2010), Touch2id (Evry, 2010), etc.
Leaving aside the fact that these platforms currently do not effectively authenticate their own users, (345) authentication between platforms could be achieved through open standards such as OpenID or OAuth.
Protocols such as Kerberos, SSO and OpenID are some of the examples that are widely used.